Red Nichols & Phil Napoleon - New York Horns (1923-1931) mp3 album
Phil Napoleon (2 September 1901 – 1 October 1990), born Filippo Napoli, was an early jazz trumpeter and bandleader born in Boston, Massachusetts. Ron Wynn notes that Napoleon "was a competent, though unimaginative trumpeter whose greatest value was the many recording sessions he led that helped increase jazz's popularity in the mid-'20s.
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Phil Napoleon & His Orchestra - Rubber Heels (A Bouncing Rhythm) Dancing the Devil Away: Hot Dance Music on Edison Diamond Discs (1923-1928), 2017 03:51. Phil Napoleon & His Orchestra - Tiger Rag Dancing the Devil Away: Hot Dance Music on Edison Diamond Discs (1923-1928), 2017 03:24. Medley: Rock-A-Bye Your Baby with a Dixie Melody, Ja-Da, Till We Meet Again Live at Nick's, NYC, 1996 03:11. Memphis Blues Live at Nick's, NYC, 1996 04:40. Red And His Big Ben - I'm tickled pink with a blue eyes baby Red nichols - phil napoleon (1921-1931), 1991 02:48. My kinda love Red nichols - phil napoleon (1921-1931), 1991 03:13. The Tennessee Ten - Tain't nobody's business if i do Red nichols - phil napoleon (1921-1931), 1991 03:22. You can't cheat a cheater Red nichols - phil napoleon (1921-1931), 1991 03:12.
10. Take Your Finger Out of Your Mouth. 11. Go Joe Go. Phil Napoleon. The New Orleans Blackbirds. 13. Playing the Blues.
Background information. Ernest Loring "Red" Nichols. New York remained his base for years thereafter. In New York, he met and teamed up with trombonist Miff Mole, and the two were inseparable for the next decade. Prior to signing with Brunswick (see below), Nichols and Mole recorded a series of records for Pathé-Perfect under the name The Red Heads (whose final Red Heads records overlapped his signing to Brunswick). Other labels Nichols recorded for included Edison 1926, Victor 1927, 1928, 1930, 1931 (individual sessions), Bluebird 1934, 1939, back to Brunswick for a session in 1934, Variety 1937, and finally OKeh in 1940. In the next decade, swing eclipsed the Dixieland Nichols loved to play. He tried to follow the changes, and formed a swing band of his own, but his recording career seemed to stall in 1932.
|A1||He's The Hottest Man In Town||2:55|
|A3||A New Kind Of Man||2:44|
|A4||You'll Never Get To Heaven With Those Eyes||2:53|
|A5||Beale Street Blues||2:59|
|A6||My Papa Doesn't Two-Time No time||2:36|
|A8||Don't Wake Me Up Let Me Dream||2:42|
|B3||I'm Coming Virginia||3:07|
|B4||Side By Side||3:00|
|B6||Feeling No Pain||3:05|
|B8||Make My Cot Where The Cot-Cot-Cottons Grow||3:19|
|C2||That's Where The South Begins||2:40|
|C3||I'm Tickled Pink With A Blue-Eyed Baby||2:44|
|C4||At Last I'm Happy||2:49|
|C5||If You Haven't Got A Girl||2:53|
|C6||'Taint Nobody's Biz-Ness If I Do||3:17|
|C7||A Blues Serenade||2:30|
|C8||Off To Buffalo||2:24|
|C10||Take Your Finger Out Of Your Mouth||3:03|
|D1||Go, Joe, Go||2:53|
|D3||Playing The Blues||2:35|
|D4||I'm In The Jailhouse Now||3:21|
|D5||Mean To Me||3:23|
|D6||My Kinda Love||3:10|
|D7||Gettin' Hot Waterloo||2:45|
|D9||You Can't Cheat A Cheater||3:10|